Roger Conlon

Roger Conlon

Senior Lecturer
Master Programs in Accounting



  • Masters Business 1973
    International Business The George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Science 1967
    Economics St. Bonaventure University


  • US Taxation of multinational corporations to include US and foreign tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions and global supply chain operations


Roger is a senior lecturer at the Carlson School of Management teaching:

US Taxation of Business Entities

US Taxation of Corporations

US Taxation of Mergers & Acquisitions

US Taxation of International Business

Business, Government & Economic Tax Policy


Immediately prior to joining the Carlson School, from 2008 through 2012 Roger served as special advisor at the Office of Chief Counsel (International) in Washington, D..C.   His primary tasks involved drafting tax regulations, legislative recommendations, public notices and private letter rulings pertaining to broad range of international tax issues to include the foreign tax credit, subpart F, transfer pricing, cross border reorganizations, and international financing transactions.


Roger served as tax partner with Deloitte Tax LLP for 26 years, retiring in 2008.  Specializing in US taxation of international transactions, he focused primarily on the U.S. and foreign tax aspects of global supply chain operations, mergers and acquisitions and the tax considerations relating to international cash flows.  Among many of his roles with the Firm, he was a founding member of the Firm's International Tax Specialty Group, partner in charge of tax operations for the Minneapolis office during the merger of Deloitte & Touche, for many years served on the Firm's National Tax Management Committee, worked on the national special acquisitions team, and in his early years as a member of the Firm's expatriate practice authored the Firm's guide "US Taxpayers Living Abroad."


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